The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston promotes economic growth in lower-income communities by convening stakeholders, conducting research, and identifying approaches that work. Our current areas of focus are to: 1) strengthen the prospects of smaller cities in New England; 2) promote household financial stability; 3) increase community development lending; and 4) promote equal access to housing resources.
January 15, 2014
Six Massachusetts Cities Win Competition Focused on Cross-sector Civic Collaboration
Fed chairman Bernanke, Governor Patrick, and Boston Fed's Rosengren celebrate the hard work of all 20 entrants in $1.8M competition
August 4, 2013
Central Premise Blog
From the nation’s central bank comes a team of bloggers with a central premise: The Fed works toward the economic well-being of all.